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Greg Ginn And The Taylor Texas Corrugators - Freddie / Tea - out on Electric Cowbell Records



Greg Ginn And The Taylor Texas Corrugators Freddie Tea
Greg Ginn And The Taylor Texas Corrugators - Freddie / Tea
(7") Electric Cowbell ECR 003, 2010-08-17

Electric Cowbell Records is thrilled to release Greg Ginn's first 7" since his years with the seminal American punk rock group Black Flag. Also this single is his first non-SST release after the passing of many moons. The track Tea is Greg Ginn's musical junk store lurching to life, meandering its way into the countryside, wide-eyed and demolishing everything in its path with a smile. Again Ginn is backed by his trusty Taylor Texas Corrugators. Lovers of music in general will appreciate hearing musicians experiment with a medium, and that is exactly what Ginn has always skillfully done with the lawless maverick style he's known for.

Greg Ginn And The Taylor Texas Corrugators Freddie Tea
Greg Ginn And The Taylor Texas Corrugators - Freddie / Tea
(7") Electric Cowbell ECR 003, 2010-08-17

Tracklisting :
A1. Freddie
B1. Tea

Links :
The Taylor Texas Corrugators : official facebook | youtube | myspace
Greg Ginn : official | myspace | twitter
Electric Cowbell Records : official | facebook | twitter | soundcloud | bandcamp
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